LibriVox recording of Alice's Adventures in Wonderland by Lewis Carroll. Read by David Goldfarb and a full cast.
This classic tale by Lewis Carroll has delighted children for generations. Alice falls down a rabbit hole and encounters a wide variety of strange and wonderful creatures in all manner of bizarre situations. Join Alice as she journeys through Wonderland, trying to make sense of what she finds there. This version is read dramatically, with different readers voicing the different characters. (Summary by Lucy Perry)
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May 13, 2020 Subject:
I recommend, worth listening to
It is almost as good as it can be, considering that this is read by volunteers.
The most important voices: the narrator (D. Goldfarb) and Alice (Miss Avarice) are excellent - both acting and audio quality.
The White Rabbit (BellonaTimes) is performed perfectly and the timbre of voice could not fit better for the role, but audio quality here is not the best.
From other roles some stand out (f.e. Cheshire Cat) and some have weaker acting or audio quality (or both).
Overall: the majority of the acting, audio quality and volume match is good.
There are of course some flaws, but they do not make the recording unlistenable or unenjoyable.
4.5 / 5 stars.
June 19, 2016 Subject:
A wonderland of audio delights
Wonderful characterizations and musical interludes, completely charming.
February 26, 2011 Subject: